The aim of SDG 13 Climate Action is to take urgent action to tackle climate change and its impacts
Our researchers tackle SDG 13 Climate Action from a number of different angles.
Talking of carbon capture and storage: my experience at the UKCCSRC conference. Grantham Scholar Gloria Mensah researches how carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology interacts with politics. Here she reports back from the UKCCSRC conference which brought CCS experts together from around the world.
Blog: What I learned at the NCAS climate modelling summer school. Grantham Scholar Monica Ortiz the reflects on the challenges of climate modelling and its implications for the fight to save our planet.
COP26 observer interview: Suma Mani. Suma’s project address the trade-offs between naturally regenerated and planted woodlands in the Peak District in relation to ‘carbon forests’. Before she went to COP we asked her what she hoped would happen there.
Why is the atmosphere over land becoming drier? Exploring the roles of atmospheric and land-surface processes on relative humidity. Grantham Scholar Florentine Weber is exploring possible causes for declining near surface relative humidity over land.
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Our Scholars work on projects which will help the world reach the targets set out in the SDGs. Supervised by academics from across academic disciplines, the Scholars also have the benefit of expertise from business and policy experts.
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At our yearly Symposium we showcase sustainability research at the University of Sheffield. Grantham Scholars present their research alongside academics […]
This summer we were delighted to work with Global Engagement to host 25 Gilman Scholars and 58 Fulbright Scholars for […]